Articles by Robert Tuomi

Workers at a Cannabis Wheaton operation. The company has announced a joint venture with Leamington greenhouse builder Peter Quiring.Photo courtesy of Cannabis Wheaton.

Joint Venture Invades Aphria Turf

(LEAMINGTON, ON) – Another major greenhouse cannabis operation plans to set up in Leamington. Local greenhouse executive Peter Quiring, head…


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Maker Faire Mini Version This Saturday

(WINDSOR, ON) – Organizers are calling the Windsor-Essex Mini Maker Faire, scheduled for Saturday at St Clair College, the, “greatest…



Evangelist Billy Graham preaching during an early, undated Youth for Christ rally.Photo courtesy of Youth for Christ.

Puff Graham

(MONTREAT, NC) – Christian evangelist, Dr Billy Graham, passed away yesterday in Montreat, NC, at the age of 99. He is…


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Payday Loans On The Rise

(WINDSOR, ON) – Payday loan use among heavily indebted Ontarians continues to escalate, according to research released by insolvency trustee…


Aphria's marijauna production greenhouse space on the edge of Leamington.Photo courtesy of David Brown/LiftNews.

Aphria Adjusts Offer To Nuuvera

(LEAMINGTON, ON) – A falling stock price has prompted Leamington cannabis grower Aphria to reduce the amount money it has…


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Slow Amalgamation In The Works

(WINDSOR, ON) – At last Thursday’s Town Hall in Windsor with Premier Kathleen Wynne, the first questioner of the evening…


On 15 February 2018, the lights were on for the first time in a long while, at the former Coach and Horses pub on Chatham Street West in Windsor.Photo by Robert Tuomi.

Chatham Street Comes Alive

(WINDSOR, ON) – After years of talk, renovations seem to have started at the Loop, and Coach and Horses building on…



Irene Taymor and Enver Villamizar used Premier Wynne's Town Hall in Windsor, on 15 February 2018, to update visitors on the current elementary teacher’s situation.Photo by Robert Tuomi.

Teachers Still Fighting For Rights

(WINDSOR, ON) – Those entering the St Clair Centre for the Arts last Thursday evening were greeted by supporters of the…